Every year, for 35 years now, Malhar has showcased the talents of the best in arts, dramatics, literature and general madness. With a wide range of events, talks and performances, Malhar promises to be a fun experience, where you aren't just a part of the audience. You're the reason we exist. Year after year, participants from across the country make it to Malhar.
For four months prior to the final days, our workforce of 1500 works non-stop – right from designing the décor, planning crazy events, bringing in the moolah and seeing to the nitty-gritty details – to make sure nothing gets in the way of providing you with a unique Malhar experience.
Another recurring feature that plays into the way Malhar turns out each year is its theme. Every year, the Organising Committee focuses on a new one that coincides with the spirit of Malhar. This year, we picked ‘Zara Hatke’ to emphasize the importance of using your difference to your advantage. After all, you have your own quirks that make you different from the person next to you. We choose to celebrate that.
Malhar Conclave 2013 will be more than mere discussion – it will be about interaction and fascination, the longing to know more, the desire to probe further.
It's not about reaching conclusions, it's about the journey in getting there; it's not about traversing the well-laid path – it's about creating your own way. Where you won't be taught an opinion, but be provided with perspective. It's time to think afresh.
Every year, Malhar aims to create a unique experience for you, and this time we plan on doing it zara hatke. Indulge in brand new events you've only ever dreamed of. Not that we're abandoning the tried and tested ones. Bollywood Dance, Mr. & Ms. Malhar, Quizzes and Street Dance are a few among those returning, bigger and better this year. Throw yourself headfirst into our collection of diverse and exciting events for free.
We take the Malhar experience outside too, to the underprivileged and less fortunate. Last year, as part of our Social Cause we visited terminally ill children. Chaka Chak, a beach clean-up drive, has also been an event that keeps coming back.